COVID Policies: The American Police Hall of Fame takes its visitor's and employee's health seriously. To that end, we clean and disinfect surfaces and equipment at the close of each business day and throughout the day. We keep hand sanitizer available to Museum visitors, range visitors and those attending classes at the facility. We encourage visitors to do what is most comfortable for them, in terms of mask wearing. If you have any special needs, please contact us at 321-264-0911 Ext. 120 so we can explore appropriate accommodations.
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Founded in 1960, the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum is the nation's first law enforcement museum and memorial dedicated to American law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
Dedicated to the law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice, the Memorial serves as a place of remembrance for many families and friends.
Check out our state-of-the-art, indoor Shooting Center. From firearm rentals to targets and training, we offer everything you need for a great range experience. Click here for more info.
United States Law Enforcement Eternal Flame
Click here to find out about the inspiring new “United States Law Enforcement Eternal Flame” and other expansion projects at The American Police Hall of Fame. Be sure to find out how you can purchase a brick to support the FLAME and/or to honor a specific law enforcement officer or law enforcement in general. Click to purchase a brick. For more information on the brick program click here.
Law Enforcement Memorial Weekend 2021
Memorial Service – Friday, May 14
This year’s service will begin at 7:00 p.m. on May 14, 2021 at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum in Titusville, FL.
The service will include: roll call of those lost in the previous year, roll call of fallen officers with family in attendance, tributes to those lost in the line of duty, an outpouring of support and love for our Thin Blue Line families…
Open seating, except for reserved seats for our 2020 survivors. Arrive early to visit the museum and locate your loved one’s name in the Memorial. Service will conclude at 8:30 p.m. and the facility will remain open until 10:00 p.m. Click HERE for registration information.
4th Annual Police Hall of Fame Golf Tournament
Our thanks to out to those who supported our 4th Annual Police Hall of Fame Golf Tournament. The tournament was played at the Indian River Preserve Golf & Country Club on Friday, November the 8th, 2019 in Mims, Florida. Click here for photos and more information.
When you donate to our facility, you donate to:
- A better relationship between civilians and law enforcement
- Educational and STEM programming for students, including those deemed “at risk.”
- Maintenance of our beautiful memorial honoring fallen officers
- Improvements and new exhibits for our dynamic museum facility
- Safety education for civilians and proficiency training for law enforcement officers.
Visit our Friends of Law Enforcement page by clicking the logo on the left. The organizations and companies listed there have donated money or goods and services to a variety of programs at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum or to our chartering organization, The National Association of Chiefs of Police.
Please show your gratitude for their support of our men and women who guard the streets of America!
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May 14: Annual Memorial Service honoring those lost in the line of duty during 2020 and prior years.
May 22: "Book 'em" The APHF Summer Reading Program kicks off with a Hawaiian theme. Kids – earn free giveaways as you find and explore books about First Responders, Patriotic Americans, or the American Wild West!
For ages reading age up to 12 years old. Prizes for reading 5 books, 10, 15 and 20.1-2 pm -- See Flyer at left
June 19: Summer Safety in the Sunshine State -- Explore SAFE Summer Fun in sunny Florida through games and activities the entire family can enjoy! Learn how to keep safe while enjoying our oceans, lakes and rivers – even your own backyard pool. Take a closer look at our incredible Florida wildlife by learning to live safely with alligators and snakes! Explore Florida oceans and waterways and learn how YOU can keep our manatees and dolphins safe. Then cool off with a (FREE) yummy frozen treat and go enjoy the summer...safely! 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Families $20 / Individual Adults $10 -- See Flyer at left
July 17: Freedom Fest treats visitors to a celebration of First Responders, the Military and the Constitution, featuring activities designed to educate citizens about the constitution and pay tribute to the role of our men and women in uniform and our first responders. Event will feature vendors, food trucks and hands-on sessions. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Advance tickets on eventbrite: FREEDOM FEST 2021 Tickets, Sat, Jul 17, 2021 at 10:00 AM | Eventbrite -- $10/adults and $5/children – under 2 free. ($12 and $6 on the day of the event.)
Aug 21: Banish Bullying Day offers tips for resolving unacceptable behavior by presenting options for de-escalation and conflict resolution. The event will spotlight diversity and understanding “the other guy’s point of view.” Will feature games, activities, special speakers, prizes and more. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Families $20 / Individual Adults $10
Sept 11: Patriot Day Remembrance honors first responders involved in 9/11 with special emphasis on the 20th anniversary of this dark day in American history. The month also spotlights the rich history/exciting future of women in Policing, with special exhibits and displays. Museum is free to the public on Sept. 11.
Sept 26: Warrior Women Expo – This exciting event will be held across the Hall of Fame campus, and will feature self-defense training for women, range activities, simulator training, vendors, speakers, food and fun, all in the name of empowering women and teaching them situational awareness and personal safety. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Price to be announced.
Oct 9: Diversity in Law Enforcement focuses on the ground-breaking roles of people of color in policing, from frontier days to now, with special presentations on career opportunities for people of color and ways in which diversity enriches and enhances law enforcement goals and objectives. The day will feature special speakers, games, activities, and give aways. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Families $20 / Individual Adults $10.
Nov 13: Full STEAM Ahead teaches forensic science to young and old alike and emphasizes how STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) disciplines have changed the approach to crime scene investigations, with workshops blending history, science and STEM. Event will feature activities, science fun, experiments, presentations from crime scene investigators, and MORE! 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Families $20 / Individual Adults $10
Dec 3 (Parent’s Night Out) and Dec. 4 (Holiday Workshop): Holiday Shopping Safety Month emphasizes safety throughout the holidays, and making wise choices with seasonal activities. Parents will once again have the opportunity to register for the Children’s Holiday Workshop (complete with Santa visit) and Parent’s Night Out. Prices TBD.